TGV Station of Lyon Saint Exupery

The TGV (high-speed train) station was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It was inaugurated on 28 June 1994. It is shaped like a huge bird, with a total area of 29,800 m² (400 m long and 53 m wide). The Spanish architect, artist and engineer, Santiago Calatrava Valls was born on 28 July 1951 in Benimámet, near Valence. He currently lives in Switzerland. The site's guided tours consist of technical tours of the airport and TGV station, a bus tour of the runways and a tour of an aeroplane, by appointment. Special tours for schools.

Last updated date : 04/06/2018
TGV Station of Lyon Saint Exupery Face au Centre de l'aéroport - 69125 Lyon Saint-Exupéry

Architect, artist, and Spanish engineer Santiago Calatrava Valls was born July 28, 1951 at Benimámet near Valencia. He now lives in Switzerland.
Guided tours of the site are technical tours of the airport terminal and the train station, switched on the slopes by bus, visiting a plane, by appointment. Special school course.

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TGV Station of Lyon Saint Exupery

Face au Centre de l'aéroport - 69125 Lyon Saint-Exupéry

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